The latest radar image out of the Ohio River Valley shows some moderate to heavy rain falling. This will need to be monitored closely as the current forecast is based on the premise that temperatures may not dip as low as we had thought and the precipitation would come in bouts of drizzle or very light precipitation.
The latest JAMSTEC model is out (released January 1st) and if it is accurate we may quickly head into Spring with above average temperatures during the March-April-May 90 day period.
The latest forecast models have trended warmer with the vertical temperature profiles across our region. Snow is now looking like the least likely precipitation type with sleet and freezing rain being the main threat.